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# Quantitative Aptitude Quiz For IBPS RRB PO/Clerk Prelims 2022- 13th July

Directions (1-5): Please understand the data carefully and answer the following questions.
The following table shows the number of days taken by five different persons, A, B, C, D and E, and the percentage of work done in that particular time period.
Note: The work allotted to each person is same.

Quantitative Quiz For IBPS RRB PO/Clerk Prelims 2022 13th July IN HINDI

Q2. Find the number of days taken by E is what percent more/less than the number of days taken by A to complete the work?
(a)45%
(b)30%
(c)20%
(d)50%
(e)25%

Q3. Find the difference between the number of days taken by A & D together and D & E together to complete the work? (in days)
(a)4/3
(b)8/3
(c)2/3
(d)7/2
(e)9/4

Q4. If D and E started the work together and after 10 days D left the work, so find the number of days required by E to finish the remaining work? (in days)
(a) 22.5
(b) 17.5
(c) 10
(d) 35
(e)25

Q5. Find the number of days taken by A, D and C together to complete the work? (in days)
(a)340/11
(b)370/9
(c)400/23
(d)480/19
(e)330/31

The following table shows the total cloths sold by five different brands namely A, B, C, D and E. It also shows the ratio of Shirts and Pants sold by the same five clothing brands.
Note: Total Cloths sold=Shirts sold + Pants sold

Q6. Find the difference between the total number of shirts and pants sold by all five brand together.
(a)960
(b)1020
(c)680
(d)560
(e)1200

Q7. Find the number of shirts sold by C is what percent of the number of Pants sold by E.
(a)300%
(b)540%
(c)240%
(d)360%
(e)480%

Q8. Find the respective ratio of the number of shirts sold by E to the number of Pants sold by D.
(a)4:3
(b)5:4
(c)4:5
(d)3:5
(e)5:3

Q9. If the selling price of one shirt of B is Rs. 800, then find the total amount in selling all the shirt of B. (in Rs.)
(a)450000
(b)768000
(c)616000
(d)384000
(e)298000

Q10. Find the number of Pants sold by A is what percent more/less than the number of Pants sold by C.
(a)50%
(b)20%
(c)10%
(d)75%
(e)25%

Directions (11–15): The following table shows the total number of citizens of different age group in a town X. Table also shows the ratio of male to female in them. Study the table carefully to answer the following questions.

Q11. Total no. of female citizens of age group (21-30) years are how much percent more or less than female citizens of age group (31–40) years?
(a) 12.5% more
(b) 12.5% less
(c) 10.5% more
(d) 10.5% less
(e) 8.5% more

Q12. What is the average no. of male citizens of age group (31–40) years and (51–60) years?
(a) 3600
(b) 5200
(c) 6400
(d) 5600
(e) 4600

Q13. If 33⅓% citizens of age group (51 –60) were died due to bad health then citizen now of this age group are what percent of total citizens of age group (31–40) years and (41–50) years together?
(a) 50%
(b) 60%
(c) 54%
(d) 64%
(e) 45%

Q14. If 20% male citizens of age group (41 –50) years are jobless then how many male citizens are in job of the same age group?
(a) 4280
(b) 4880
(c) 4480
(d) 4820
(e) 4080

Q15. What is the difference between total male and total female citizen of age group (21 –30) and (31 –40) years together?
(a) 4600
(b) 4200
(c) 4800
(d) 4400
(e) 3700

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